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Arturo Brizio responds to Adalid Maganda: ‘I don’t care’

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After Adalid Maganda warn that he would go to FIFA to denounce the dismissal he suffered from the Referees Commission of the Mexican Soccer Federation, the head of the body, Arturo Brizio, said that they will not give in to blackmail, in addition to emphasizing that the poor performance of the referee was what led to the decision.

“He has me without the slightest care if Adalid goes to FIFA. We will not give in to any blackmail. The commission is autonomous, not a racial issue but a grades issue“, Brizio commented to the chain The Deportes.

On Tuesday afternoon, after being notified of his termination, the whistler warned that he would initiate legal action to defend his work and even stated that it could cost Mexico to host the 2026 World Cup Under the argument that it was a discriminatory act, although Brizio said he had all the weapons to defend himself.

He insisted that Maganda showed an inconsistent performance to the demands of the Commission, which is added to the statement issued in which it is stated that had a defiant attitude while it belonged to her.

Adalid has no commitment to his career. He was given the opportunities but he did not pass physical tests, then he directed an amateur match without respecting protocols. On Matchday 1 he was given the opportunity, 8 referees were successful and he did not, aware that it was a professional examination “.



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